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Did you know that since version 1.5 vanilla Doom can play MIDI files directly, and converting them to MUS is therefore useless?

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Doom Music (album)

On May 1, 1997 Robert Prince released Doom Music, an album with various remixed versions of a selection of music tracks from Doom and Doom II. The CD contain 20 tracks with a running time of 71 minutes 28 seconds.

According to the text on the back, the tracks are arranged to fit for playing with Quake. A number of the tracks have been shortened, with entire sections left out, or some tracks even having been sped up. This was likely done to fit them into the limited space of the CD.
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